The Journal of Information Warfare has published a study revealing a significant breach in the New York voter database, which supports Donald Trump’s claims of election irregularities. The investigation led by Hornik and Paquette discovered millions of invalid registrations, hundreds of thousands of votes cast by ineligible registrations and registrants, notable vote discrepancies, and evident algorithmic patterns in official records.
Hornik emphasized that the algorithms found in the voter database serve no legitimate purpose and have been classified as a severe “Total Loss of Control” data breach by cyber-intelligence experts. Consequently, the NYSVoter database is deemed entirely untrustworthy under the law.
According to DC Enquirer:
In July 2021, the team created and led a group of about 2,000 New Yorkers investigating the state’s voter registration rolls.
“Through auditing the voter roll databases, obtained directly from state and local boards of elections, we have uncovered millions of invalid registrations, hundreds of thousands of votes cast by legally invalid registrations, hundreds of thousands of votes cast by legally invalid registrants, massive vote discrepancies, and the clear presence of algorithmic patterns we reverse engineered from within the state’s own official records,” Hornik wrote in a new letter.
“Because peer review is a rigorous process, and reviewers tend to be experts, getting through peer review can be likened to putting three expert witnesses on the stand in a court of law to attest to the accuracy of the material,” Paquette added.
Their findings also claim “systemic election fraud” is built into New York’s electoral process.
The study in the Journal of Information Warfare supports Trump’s claims of election irregularities by providing evidence of a significant breach in the New York voter database. Through their thorough investigation, Hornik and Paquette discovered millions of invalid registrations, hundreds of thousands of votes cast by illegitimate registrations and registrants, and notable discrepancies in the voting process.
Study findings reinforce concerns about election fraud, the reliability of NY’s electoral process. Rigorous peer review enhances credibility. Implications raise questions on fairness, integrity of elections, and treatment of Trump vs. Dominion support.